English: World Wide Academy / Deutsch: Weltweite Akademie / Español: Academia Mundial / Português: Academia Mundial / Français: Académie Mondiale / Italiano: Accademia Mondiale /

"World Wide Academy" is a term that can refer to a number of different organizations that provide education and training services in various fields. In the maritime context, "World Wide Academy" often refers to a network of educational institutions and training centers that specialize in maritime education and training for professionals in the shipping and port industries.

These academies offer a wide range of courses and programs that cover topics such as navigation, marine engineering, maritime law, safety management, and environmental protection. They often have partnerships with leading universities and research institutes, as well as with industry associations and organizations.

The aim of World Wide Academies is to provide high-quality education and training that meets the needs of the maritime industry and prepares professionals for the challenges of a rapidly changing global economy. They also help to promote best practices and standards in the industry and to foster international cooperation and collaboration.

Some examples of World Wide Academies in the maritime industry include the World Maritime University (WMU), the International Maritime Academy (IMA), the Lloyd's Maritime Academy, and the Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific (MAAP). These institutions offer a range of programs, from undergraduate degrees to executive training courses, and attract students and professionals from all over the world.

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